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of the problems that many of you are facing tonight. >> all of us are coping despite another day of intense heat. transportation officials are warning commuters to allow for extra time tomorrow due to the large number of traffic signals that are dark. >> the office of personnel management says federal agencies will be open on monday but employees can use on scheduled week or work from home. in maryland, the governor has declared it liberally for non- essential employees. >> the summer school has been cancelled tomorrow in the d.c. and prince george's county. activities have been cancelled due tuesday in montgomery county. >> all these problems are fuelled by widespread power outages which are expected to -- expected to last a week. we are live in arlington with why so many people are are richard >> it is has been another, long, hot day. that is leading to a frustration for those who do not have power. parker's have been working all day but allies are not back on. people here are hoping something will happen fast. 48 hours after the storm ripped through the area, hundreds of thousands are sweatin
are learning more about who he was and a fellow hiker who was also found dead. richard joins us from the satellite center. he died. >> that is right. he was passionate about mountain climbing in the outdoors and started climbing in the boy scouts and since then has climbed many things, through the himalayas with the peace corps death valley but his latest adventure in the indies was cut short. the 32-year-old was mountain climbing. "mountains," he said "is a way for me to find god." >> he led a wonderful life. he kept his faith for most always. >> in mid july, a 29-year-old began hiking on the peak in the peruvian andes but after july 11 there was no contact from the two men and a week-long search turned up two bodies. investigators believe they made this camp before they fell off a ridge to their death. friends say they were always well prepared and never took undue risks. >> if they do not think they will make a summit, they do not try. >> they say he was a member of faith, a member of the catholic student group while studying for a doctorate. in the end the weather may have been a
of the deadliest mass shootings in u.s. history, a rock, colorado, is coming together for those who are still recovering. >> president obama attend a memorial just outside denver. he left the white house and touched down in colorado with the last hour. >> tonight, our coverage includes live coverage from aurora colorado. in addition to a planned memorial service night, we are tracking the latest on the investigation. >> investigators are looking into whether james holmes used his position as a graduate student to order materials to be trapped his home. police want to know if there is the triggering event that caused him to put his studies aside and began buying weapons of deadly force. >> i want to challenge you to love a little more deeper. >> in mourning for 12 lives lost. >> it devastating. it's hard to deal with. >> after detonating or disarming several devices in his apartment, police seized other materials in a colorado field. >> this apartment was designed based on everything i've seen, to kill whoever entered it. >> abc news has obtained this video recorded when he was 18
, you can send us your photographs. the pictures could end up on the air or on our web site, wjla.com. more on the storm's coming up in a few. >> in other news, search crews found three children lea creek this morning. the unidentified children were last seen playing in a church parking lot yesterday. their parents reported them missing this morning. crews found the bodies of 212 year-old and an eight year-old at around 10:00 this morning in a nearby creek. officials believe they drowned and do not suspect foul play. >> an early-morning fire has displaced dozens of families. the fire ripped through an apartment building on tiger lily path. residents were able to escape but many units were destroyed. >> you can see behind me how the power -- how the fire gouged out a second -- you can actually see the sky through the roots there. this is considered a total loss for the residents here. the finish to a terrible rate -- terrible week. >> there were flames away from the first floor to the third floor. >> open the front door and you could feel the heat. >> and of the chaos
with bain capital. our senior political reporter joins us now with the interview he scored and you will see only on 7. >> so much has been made about those comments to us by the president regarding mitt romney's time had been capital and if he was still in charge when there was an outsourcing of jobs overseas, bankruptcies and layoffs. for the brief portion of our interview, firing back and forth between the two candidates, but that was just a portion. here are those comments along with more from my exclusive interview with the president. >> mr. president, thank you for your time. let's talk about enthusiasm. the ground today. still see long lines where you go. some polling indicates the fire in the belly is not as intense this time around. are you worried about the novelty wearing out and an enthusiasm drop? >> obviously 2008, your first time around, it is in some ways lightning in a bottle. there were so many young people who automatically got involved. we have gone through three and half tough years. the economy is tough, especially for young people, yet what i have been enco
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